created a Facebook page for myself!
would mean a lot to me if you could like it!
Oh thank you so much!! :) xx
Just added a diet/exercise link on my page.
check it out. I never had any goals or plans, I just ate when I was hungry and extra when I trained really hard. :)
to the anonymous girl aged 27, down from 125kg to 86, I’m so proud of you. I can absolutely relate to everything, and if you ever want to talk about excess skin etc, please talk to me. I didn’t want to post everything you’ve said. :)
No, I don’t.
I know funeralformyfat had a tummy tuck, and puffin-to-lose-the-muffin had a tummy tuck, arms and breasts but I don’t know of anyone that had what I did.
If anyone falls under that category, please reply or like this post!
Sorry, it was tiny and I’m not very HTML literate, but I’ve made it bigger.. there’s a little red > on the right hand side of the page 1 of 180 and that’s how to navigate.
I’ve found it so hard to find a theme that you can clearly read asks and have tags and photos, so I’m sorry about that.
How about non scale victories? Are you noticing things fitting better etc.
What do you eat and what do you do for exercise? You know cardio is the fat burner :)
Yeah, my first 50 were doing long (4km+ hills) 6 days a week along with a good diet. About 9 months.
my weight loss instagram is
my personal is
Oh that is so lovely of you! Tell me who you are! You are so kind, thanks for letting me know. I never thought that about myself, so thank you :) x
Forget pills and all that stupid crap.
You need a long term plan and steady exercise. It’s obvious you are trying, but have obviously not found something suitable for you yet.
You need to look at your diet and exercise.
Even cutting back on what you’re eating helps. I lost my first 50kg by WALKING alone, no gyms, no weights, just long walks.
Can you tell me more about yourself?
See, I happen to think I’m extremely mentally tough. So for me it was just a ‘suck it up and don’t be a bitch’ kind of attitude. There’s no prizes for being tough, but when it’s something that even painkillers don’t totally fix and there’s nothing you can do about it you’ve just got to suck it up. I didn’t cry, I just sat and tried to think of how worth it the operation was and that the pain was temporary and how good my body would be afterwards. That it was a bit of pain for alot of happiness.
I’m not going to lie, it’s pretty fucking painful and uncomfortable. But it’s a different experience for everyone. eg my friend said her boobs really hurt afterwards, whereas mine didn’t hurt at all.
I was in surgery for almost 10 hours, so I guess that fucks you around alot. Also
DO YOUR BEST AT ALL FUCKING COSTS TO NOT COUGH, SNEEZE OR VOMIT.
I think I would’ve died if I had a coughing fit, and I was really nauseas and nearly spewed and I wanted to tear my own head off rather than endure that. It was SO close and oh god even dry heaving was killing me.
But otherwise I think I soldiered through it.
I also think that being as mentally and physically strong as possible is CRUCIAL. No way I would’ve made it through without being strong. I think Crossfit taught me that solid mental strength and helped me to no end.
Oh good. Thanks lovely :)